The winter time is a great time period to get websites ready for spring.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
Search Engine Academy Washington DC (SEA DC) is developing the winter 2014 SEO training course schedule. SEA DC offers two, three and five day SEO training and certification courses in the Washington DC metropolitan area.
Nancy E. Wigal, the owner and operator of SEA DC said "I'm developing the January, February, March 2014 class schedules. Things usually slow down for November and December, but pick up after the holidays. The winter time is a great time period to get websites ready for spring sales events and special opportunities businesses may be strategizing about."
SEA DC's SEO training is done in a live classroom environment. Students are encouraged to bring laptops to class to practice their new SEO skills and knowledge on their web sites during hands-on exercise periods. Students are given course materials to keep and refer to after they complete SEO training. All attendees who successfully complete any SEO course are given six months' SEO mentoring free of charge.
SEA DC also offers SEO training on-demand, as well as custom-developed SEO workshops for companies upon request. "More and more, I'm finding that many businesses are reluctant to talk about their website's performance in a public class. I get that, which is why I am more than happy to go on-site to a company and do SEO training with them," said Nancy.
Any business that has a website that is not generating leads or sales benefits from learning how to do their SEO in-house. Many companies that outsource their search engine marketing efforts also benefit from attending SEO training, so they can better understand and communicate their online and digital marketing strategies, goals and objectives with their contract SEO agency.
About SEA DC:
Search Engine Academy Washington DC is a part of Search Engine Academy, founded by John Alexander and Robin Nobles. Search Engine Academy has locations throughout the U.S., Canada, Australia, Europe, Malaysia, Australia and the United Arab Emirates.